Basically, the tale is garbage! It's a nice rock, but it certainly doesn't appear to be a meteorite.
A newly discovered meteorite that impacted in southwestern Egypt a few thousand years ago, and produced what is being called the Kamil Crater, could mean that we are all at greater risk of getting hit by one.
The Lyrid meteor shower is set to occur here on Earth during the early mornings of April 21, 22, and 23, 2010. Set you alarm clock before sunrise for the best viewing opportunities over your local night sky.
Another credit card to rip off customers. Good one Coles!
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